Show Hope celebrates 10 years with banquet on Nov. 9
National Adoption Awareness Month has begun! To raise awareness, Franklin-based Show Hope™, the nonprofit orphan care ministry founded by GRAMMY® award-winning Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, will join supporters in the coming weeks and beyond to continue to raise awareness about the need for finding loving and permanent homes for children all over the world.
On Saturday Nov. 9, Show Hope will hold their 10-year Anniversary Fundraising Banquet at the new Music City Center in downtown Nashville. The event will feature the Chapmans and includes a reception, dinner and program.
American figure skater and Olympic Gold medalist, Scott Hamilton, who was adopted as an infant, will emcee the special evening. To celebrate their ten years of service, the fundraising banquet is open to the public for the first time. Limited seats are still available for purchase so click here or on the photo below to find out more and before the event sells out.
The Chapmans are available for interviews prior to the event. Please contact Stacie@Mergepr.com as soon as possible to book your time and for more information about Show Hope and the fundraising event.
About Show Hope
Show Hope™, a nonprofit founded in 2003 by Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, helps to restore the hope of a family to orphans around the world. From the thousands of adoption aid grants given, to providing medical care for more than one thousand orphans with special needs, to consecutive Red Bus Project tours in the spring and fall, to hands-on trips offered to China and Haiti, to conferences and resources the equip foster and adoptive families, to a new artists and advocates program, Show Hope celebrates an incredible ten years in ministry in 2013 and looks ahead to an even brighter future. For more information, visit www.showhope.org.
Posted on: 11/5/2013